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Chapt15.41 deriving thermodynamics out of the Malus law of the Maxwell Equations #1183 New Physics #1303 ATOM TOTALITY 5th ed
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Re: Hey, Asshole.....
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Jan 28, 2013 3:50 PM


> I am not finished with superconductivity chapter for > I have a lot of > comments, historical lessons, and more issues to > discuss. But I want > to start on how the Malus law derived from the > Maxwell Equations > encompasses two of the four laws of Thermodynamics > and makes > Thermodynamics a subset of the Maxwell Equations.
Good, post them on your OWN FUCKING WEBSITE AND STOP
WITH YOUR OFFTOPIC POSTING IN SCI.MATH.
> > It is lucky for me that thermodynamics has 4 laws > that are short and > concise: > 1) Zeroth law: law of equal temperatures > 2) 1st law: conservation of energy > 3) 2nd law: heat flows from hot body to cold body, > never the reverse > 4) 3rd law: impossible to reach absolute zero Kelvin > > Now I wish to show that the Malus law of the Maxwell > Equations begets > the 2nd law and 3rd law of thermodynamics. > > Now let me make a side note here. In that I thought > the Maxwell > Equations had to have temperature as a term inside > the Maxwell > Equations themselves. It is obvious that heat affects > magnetism and so > I thought there had to be temperature terms involved > in the Maxwell > Equations. > But the Maxwell Equations do not need temperature > terms. > > But what rescued me from superconductivity theory was > that the Malus > law does have temperature and heat and resistance > involved, although > to our untrained eyes and minds, we would not > recognize it at first > glance. You see, the Malus law makes Intensity of > photons to be > temperature, and to be heat and to be resistance. So > the Malus law > tells us there is an Absolute Zero Kelvin temperature > and it is when > the polarized filters are 0 degrees, or aligned and > where all the > photons flow through. And there is a maximum hot > temperature of 90 > degrees (we probably need a 5th law of thermodynamics > of a maximum > temperature), where there is no flow of photons for > they are all > transformed into heat. And the angles in between 0 > and 90 degrees is > the flow of hot to cold because a fraction of the > initial photon > intensity gets through. The photons are "hot" and > when they flow > through they are transported to a "cold". > > Let me lament something here, that in the early 1990s > I constructed a > theory of superconductivity based on the idea that > the neutrinos were > the messenger particles, and here in 2013, I have > basically the same > theory, only I use photons, not neutrinos. In the > 1990s, I did not > have the Maxwell Equations as the axioms over all of > physics and in > the 1990s, I was not aware of the huge role of the > Malus law. > > But I still feel that neutrinos are part of this > picture of > superconductivity and also thermodynamics. > >  > > Google's archives are topheavy in hatespew from > searchengine > bombing. Only Drexel's Math Forum has done a > excellent, simple and > fair archiving of AP posts for the past 15 years as > seen here: > > http://mathforum.org/kb/profile.jspa?userID=499986 > > Archimedes Plutonium > http://www.iw.net/~a_plutonium > whole entire Universe is just one big atom > where dots of the electrondotcloud are galaxies



